From Imagination in Place, by Wendell Berry
"Our time's widespread but little acknowledged conviction that importance and even significance increase with violence discourages and obscures the paramount truths of human experience, which come only quietly into a quieted mind."
From Against the Nihil of the Age
Sunday, January 24, 2010
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Labels: Daily Dose, essayists, Essays, New Books, Quotations, Wendell Berry
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